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Solar Interaction at a glance.

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At what scale do we stop considering our interactions with weather? It has come to my attention, during my lengthy permaculture studies, that we may be missing a larger portion of the picture as a whole. I rarely see anyone mention anything related to solar cycles when discussing climate change models.  Science is taking us further into the understanding of the cosmos lately than ever before, yet the same models and studies are cited from years and even decades ago when climate is discussed.  My only proposal is that the few of you who are brave enough, determined enough, and have enough time, consider the following ideas. This is a very well condensed format and discusses many scientific publications as source.

If permaculture philosophy has taught me anything, it's that everything has inputs and outputs.

There are tons of other resources on the same channel/channel owner's website for those who which to avoid any non publication based rhetoric in the same realm of discussion.
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Hello and welcome to

All discussion about climate change is confined to The Cider Press where we already have several threads on this topic.  When you have enough apples, you can join in the conversation.

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